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Alleganian (Newspaper) - November 1, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland JUJLJ BY W. M. B. ,MCLANAHAN. THE FOR MEN." TWO DOLLRS PER'AN NUM. VOL. VII. SATURDAY, 1S45. X. -Two DOLLUIS per annum, if paid f A bUUAl' FJIOM TIIK NOTli HOOK. OF LAURIE TODD. in or within the first MX months of that time and within the year. Two bouans ASD.TWESTY Fivr. xvhen payment is delayed until after the expirntion of the vear. Two DOLLARS ASD Firrr CENTS nil! bfc exacted. AUVERTISEMESTS, not square, in- 3 times for One Dollar, and 23 coma for every additional ones- in tho same proportion. fsJ-All adxeriiM-ments- nut or- dered for a specific tiiiip. continued until fur bid, AM) ACCOUUINGLY. AGENTS FOR THE Al.LKOANIAN. M. l.Allrgany co It. FUIMI.L. Pr.Ti.R YEAST. Esq. Little Growings, II. MII.M-.R. Joii.tJ KEi.ufcii. I'. M.. Fruatburg. J. Twifio. Esq.. Old-Town, DR. J. Br.RRV, Flinlsione. J REEL, Kifteon .Mili-Crwk. JO.N-A. Ilui.vKiiAHt. Iv-1.. G'ladf-, No. P. ROM P O ET R Y A II 6 HEll. BY WlLUlM Stand Tiinu ha-.t tlu- fnrm And likrness of thy more? A soul as 'mid Of daily life, a heart as And pure, as e'er wore. What then? Thins art as trno a M human much 3 part of tins Plan That with lirgan, Asaayoftht thrung. is thine eneuiy In stsiiun.jjr in wtaith the rlntf? The great, tvlw coldly tl.ee by. proud and avi-rtcd Nay! nurse nut sarii tit-liff. Jf trut' HMO the proud um-'s to thtr? A feather, which lljoo mi-ihicst cast Aside, as tl-e The lijht leaf ffmn the Uce. NI- Absunoi; uf it'll Death, in the cim'suiiiins 'J'o that hiijh nature hir.h aspires till liiUb checked. 01 ire thine xvorsl; They chain the? to thy 'only Thy labor and thy life acrurstj Oh, stand erect and tiom them burst! And longer suffer nol! Thou art thxself thine enemy The great! what better they lhan thou? As theirs, is not thy xxill as free Has God xviih equal favors thce Neglected to endow Trur. wealth thou hast not; 'tis but Just; Nor as the wind! But that thou bait, which, xviih thy cruit And water, may despise tho lust Of noble mind. With and passions under ban. Trm f-ii'h, and holy trust in God, Thou arl the peer of any man. Look up, thy little span Of life may xve'.l be trod The summii! Hue are rnal is the machinery is nu'hiii JIIMtlt'SS gumate one or Ixx kept by Mr. dxxftling I contractor or ofiicer. and most 01 ilie test uie slun tits, in U.e viriiitt-i The coal here is nut inlaid, smelly al least the tuilunii n.cl.s aie not the xxlmlt snpi-nncuiiibent it. lenuixvtl, tn'lm uf ihiriy and ihe mal-uiob are eipo j-e.l. The xturkmrn aio emiiloxi'U in tl-e oji nuir, vx'.tost'd. ol" course, to tlni ni'inr ti'miK'iaitire.'and the chang' s ot but xxurkmg ,n broaii light of hraxi'ti. Tin ie
or.iy joy is in r.llemptinc to minis- ter lo her happiiif Hi; is a grenl annoyance to iisdoxxn here, xx hither he occasionally xx antlers llh c.vpoed to and the only, xx-ay xxe have to iul onrM-hes nfl.ini, is to threaten, injuiy lo" and. ihnugli this ihteal rep'Mir.i as often as he yet he K'cms not to douln Us sieerity. and whenever he it. he naMens inctand uuard over his mother, and prevent her abduction.' Ho, tht-n, ine mjstery of the rapidly from the schuol children to the shanty with piece uf inonev >xss He xxas an.xi- ijns 10 maKe :x f-harer in his givo :o tier inappreciable xvealih xvhich he had ac- quired. It is uut often that the love of mother ex- it-Is the. hue of God bin he xvho permitted that s-hort reaching ot the intellect, xvill forgive the the pnot Idiot Hoy may have a rexxard for .us xvhen thoso shall stand who affect tu "love the Lord all thuir extract xve cTqi fro ade hy Hun. A. V. Uniwn, xheliemoc'ral- or elect uf hihi-cativaseing from a The f, speevh made is govern fiat State: "Aniprira may bethe last asylum yflibertv for the human family. In almost uvery other oinntry. thejiist anil rights uf mill luVe Iweii cltix en down by the swotd, usurped by ihe priuces and lemates of the. earth. -Here, Liberty has ht-r tavoriti; lemjilp. She his hit" tho fiionualiun deepai'.d wide. Herhulxxtiiks have been made Strong; and the nuniste'rs xvho. attend her altnrs, aud the VMirshippi ts never fiirrender it hut xx as there a people xxli.i or ot'lh'- b'cr country. On up xxith me in imagination, and stand In; a xxhileon som'i! lofty Hwky us take x iexv this broad latyl of liberty. rcieutetl tiiu insilt offered to tht' iiaiion by the of Aiuericin Seamen, prior tuthc war of 1812? The Jem- repelled 'the committed by a proud ufd insolent foe? After every means to obtain satisfaction hnd Ix-en resorteti loaad failed, xvho procured the of xx-ar for the purpose vindicating the of :nan and the tiational honor? 'The ilemocrats Who voted supplies and raised the f.ireejj requisite lo a Ruccea'Jul prosecution of tlia t-econd xxar of Independence-7 Tins Who f.iunhi nor battles and led our armies to vic- tory and "lory 1 The democrats. When France had violated her plighted faith bv refusing to ful- fir the stipulation of a solemn treaty, after a delay tu ila imjnsjieci.f more than a of a century, xx ho tlirtxv in the breach betxxeea the the A j lay in Jiscrret as Li offer iHit'tfrrstfnar. It is d ni't he flies in If there t rich's, honor am .l.-jmty of t .einiion. and Jesuit, ir fe.cn dejrradati.in nnd mtamy? 1 he democraU. In the rettinj; sun dips her ilisK in oeean. LooV misty disi.-uici! tn Urn I. away doxxn ihnnigh the 'he Pacific, xvith alj its bays, harbors, and rivers. CaM your eyes as far js the Uussian possessions in latitude 15 degit'i-s-10 M-conds. A new xxorld liesbefoiejoii. magnificent States to Im the future homes of the sons and daughters of freedom! Hut you have mil yet gazed on half ofthis country. Turn noxv your face to tho east, xvhere the morning sun fust m thih land of liber- to ty. Awav xonder von pee the immortal old thir- jjexu al Irts hour ol 12% ol- II- teen, who achiuxed our independence; nearer in us c will, th" public square in their irenMirt1. in jvmr out blood, fur ihe pre- siPia.ttiiiit.fiur lijji.ta xvhih they nil meed a readiness ti defend the rights and interests of the country, at thh peril of life and property. U there not a pontitnij nhliiintion on the par: of the country to support them? g Ilncordei, in urging the citizens of that toxvn to encourage theirmechanic make.s lhei follow ing remarks. :tlled With af in euoeation shall bare beert nor, dUTused. Lo ovp.coao'by 'sound X sense and refinement; ii is nut reS, ___ ___ 1 fur fear altar. Weemld even man, or a northern man --.---p rot leel ihat part of it well limbered, ml, the TIIK xvas a culd, a b'cal: evening in a m.ist severe xx inter. Thesnoxv xxas driven bv the furijii-i north wind. Few iSa'red or were or.-s, and Uieir eares and j ,t WM fl leas.iea paid Ihe vx hole ol ilie.ru a liply for In a most miherablu ind shattered tenement, remote from any other tenement, there s-em- half so lovely. Ihat xvhaievcr clsexvc may do, by whatever lyhi containing not Jest than' his mental tt.mure must be different from'Zeno's pupill who hnd itni ears antj but one mouth. -He is an" a canalofcotn- T n.tinicaiion but, unlike that someiiates useful diuiii.IiH ts never eiiher sluggish o: V but, like water, xxj.jch uccaainnaUy is so.lte gen- eraies-imasma anc propagates disease- 'He is as peniferous a- .1 fen in the or a'tallow melmr s on a Monday. simplldiv ealer him: comjHmnd; if purity, a dru? or a pudi and address' him he xvill teJl ihat you .11., ecjl ,ja They apply I "J fj him J e 3 f in iba market p )2i j.-r, CO-A sttb-fdiior announces thai tho editor of the is unwell, and "all nood yms subscribers aie requested to make rnenthq him in their prayers-ihe other class need not Ho it, as the prayers of the wicked ava 'A nexv offillincj the teath.'is said -to bo thirteen parts of purely finely puxvdered MIC lime, win, twelve acid. 1'his. trjoist the can- xxenity called, we xviM rover surrender one about 2 1-2 miles West o as the farm recently sqwue uca- of heritage lo the .'.ictation 111 nil I' t lit, onrlll tl-nn r IIC" l ut any king or potentate on earth. Sxvror L sivrarit. my coun.rymen. and Heaven and Rail Kpna both pass.. A R ihovoxv forever. F.nghsh hoiifchallicre.s ore prime river bollomi I bcTin to What if he shall nresentlv DxVhLLUNU :a a tlisiantie, xviih a vaiant st.ire at my hllie fimgre- g.ttiuii. 1 beckoned him fur u aril I love to hold converse xxith such. Itis asirt ofsxmpitliT'xvhich the ut one's oxxn mind has x-.hh the wreck of that ot another's. I felt interested in ihe poor boy, and did nriten- 'xy the company, that had stopped sdmirn a iltovc nf mules, jiibl ready to bo attached rcatdcd an xvidoxv, all alone, nml yet nut alone. During tint xvcary day, in her exeevire xvenk- ness, sl.e hail been uuaiile to step beyond her dour htoiw, or to communitilp. her xx-ants :o any friend. Her morsel of firead had been siiiie cun- snmed, and nono heeded l-tr destitution. She eat at ex uning by her snial! fire, half famished xx'itli U> exhaustion unable to ears. Mmewasasmtoiu.y mxn Unl. and ajj o the dreadful fate from xvhich she more (rui.ful theme for contemplation than theirs; after a xvord or txxo xxilh the poor lad, I laid up- on the pilm of his hand a ttiin. I fir a minnunt, thai a sjurk ot intelli Ijence t] s'n'd from his He continued, how- ever, to bold Ins handc.Uendeil, in the pa.'in ot xxlneh lay the money, and xiith ihe fuie finder of thr other hand he fe'.infthccuin, upon winch he xviih a sjrt of sickening At he mingled m the <.'roup uf the vchool children, and went round from one to the oilier, pointing lo liu It '.xai school lime i i they all sc'. furth on their misMon. Turii'tiig my heatt after. how my little proceeded, i noticed til I the li'i< t liny, ktiil holding lii-t hand eMended, stojiped the lopofhis speed, run past me. and shut iittu a small slmuv. 1 i o knoxv to did not venture Lnexv not hoxv stie should bo- spared. ijl.epr.ijed that morning, "Give me this day my but the of the. evening had descended tipjii her and her prayer had not been ansvx ered. such thingt, xvrrp pishing ihrongh her xxeary mind, she heard thu door suddenly open and shut again, and found di-pesiicd in lor an nnltiioxxn lianJ.a bisl.et rroxxded xxilh all those ittiiclfs of coinliirtjble fuuu, which had the sxvcet- ness of manna to bur. What feelings nn that night. God only djubtlis. limy were rise uptu thegieai deliverer and pruxidcr Jrom ten ut every day. Many days elasped beforo tho learned through xvhai ger God had bent lo her tint OF afihcr tipping us a exclaimed a vonufihc F.me.ral'J Isle to a brother of i he, sable race, a co-laborer m the
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